BT, Gary and Mrs. Deneaux race to the Talbot compound in a desperate bid to turn the tides of a lost war.
Is Michael dead? Is the question plaguing the Talbots as they prepare for the final showdown with a merciless enemy hell bent on their absolute destruction.
The word lighthearted doesn't usually come to mind when we think of the zombie apocalypse, but Sean Runnette does a skillful job balancing humor with horror in this audio edition, which makes for an entertaining stroll with the walking dead. When a new vaccine against the latest incarnation of the H1N1 turns the majority of the population into flesh-eating monsters, blue collar Colorado family man and survivalist Michael Talbot along with his family and an eclectic group of neighbors from the small gated community of Little Turtle is forced to fight for his life against an ever-growing hoard of the living dead. Runnette gives Talbot a dry, I-knew-this-was-going-to-happen-to-me-someday attitude that captures the wry spirit of Tufo's prose. This provides a welcome departure from the doom and gloom of most zombie tales, and Runnette wrings plenty of chuckles from the material. Still, the narrator doesn't forget that this is an apocalyptic horror story, making sure there are plenty of chills and thrills along the way. A CreateSpace paperback.
Read all 6
So I have read all 6 of this series and have enjoyed them immensely. The 5th book I was disappointed by as I felt that it was a stagnant story line. This final book is a good read but it feels slightly rushed. I wish it had slowed in pace and that there was more joining story between different events.
Books 1,2,3,4 are great 5 was disappointing and 6 was good but I wanted more. I didn't enjoy the sub story I think it was book 4.1 but don't quote me.
If you like zombie books I recommend this series